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Rodney Graham’s “Media Studies”

HAUSER & WIRTH, Zürich

(Left) Rodney Graham, Antiquarian Sleeping in his Shop, 2017. (Right) Rodney Graham, Media Studies ’77 (Meet Me in St. Louis), 2017.
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Aoife Rosenmeyer

Rodney Graham’s large-format light-box tableaux have been a mainstay of his oeuvre since 2006, and are consistently sophisticated and detailed. The artist’s current exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in Zurich includes seven new light-box works that do not disappoint, but, I wondered, why produce these works now? Graham has been active... continue reading
Mike Kelley

HAUSER & WIRTH, New York

View of "Mike Kelley," Hauser & Wirth, New York, 2015.
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Kim Levin

Astute observers in the art world were puzzled by Mike Kelley’s move from Metro Pictures to Gagosian in 2005. It seemed as if he had left a warm and supportive family concern for the cold new world of unfettered late capitalism. In the wake of the artist’s 2012 suicide, there... continue reading
View of Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep,” Hauser & Wirth, London, 2014.
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Jeremy Millar

Amber is a form of slow catastrophe, a long compression. A transformation, then, of the resin which once flowed thickly down branch and trunk before these extremities were replaced by those of heat and pressure found deep within chthonic sedimentation. A “beaming sun” (elektron) caught underground, amber’s classical name was... continue reading
“Trade Routes”

HAUSER & WIRTH, London

View of “Trade Routes,” Hauser & Wirth, London (Picadilly), 2013.
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Omar Kholeif

Hauser & Wirth opened its latest show in its flagship London location at 196 Piccadilly with a new exhibit entitled “Trade Routes.” The exhibition comes at a time when recent iterations of major international exhibitions from the likes of Documenta to the Gwangju Biennale, Istanbul Biennial, and... continue reading
View of, "Rock ‘n’ Roll Show. Unrealised Projects for Children and Boutique Architecture", Hauser & Wirth, Zürich, 2012.
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Aoife Rosenmeyer

It’s an imperfect exhibition, neither focusing on one aspect of Dan Graham’s work, nor conveying its breadth: nonetheless, since his MoCA LA retrospective in 2009 (and before that to boot), it has hardly seemed necessary to state his importance in the development of conceptual art, or how his multifaceted practice... continue reading

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